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Q: Jamba Juice: Fiber Boost ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Jamba Juice: Fiber Boost
Category: Health > Fitness and Nutrition
Asked by: ramenfreak-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 25 Sep 2006 09:02 PDT
Expires: 25 Oct 2006 09:02 PDT
Question ID: 768251
What is in Jamba Juice's "Fiber Boost?" Can I buy it somewhere?
Subject: Re: Jamba Juice: Fiber Boost
Answered By: politicalguru-ga on 25 Sep 2006 09:14 PDT
Dear Ramenfreak, 

Jamba's "Fiber Boost" is a health drink/nutritional supplement. 

You can read more about it here: 

You can find out where to purchase it by putting your location into this site: 

I hope this answers your question. Please contact me if you need
further clarifications on this answer before you rate it.

Request for Answer Clarification by ramenfreak-ga on 13 Nov 2006 08:00 PST
Thank you for your attempt to answer my question, but my question
wasn't "what IS Jamba Juice Fiber Boost"... it was "What is *IN* Jamba
Juice's "Fiber Boost?" Can I buy it somewhere?"
So, to clarify my question, I'd like to know specifically what the
Fiber Boost is made out of and/or if I can buy the boost-- on it's
own-- from anywhere.

Clarification of Answer by politicalguru-ga on 14 Nov 2006 01:23 PST
While I understand your second question, it has been already answered
above ( After all, Jamba Juice
is a trademark, and you cannot get it in other locations, maybe

The same might go regarding the recipe. The nutritional facts are available here: 

Here are the ingredients as reported by Jamba in an article:
"The boost is a combination of psyllium, oat and wheat fiber, pectin,
FOS and acidophilus that helps to promote good digestion and a healthy
immune system." (SOURCE: Market Wire, "Jamba Juice Fruit Smoothies and
Fiber Boost Help Deliver Newly Established Recommended Dietary
Allowances for Fiber",

My opinion? If you really want to know how to "boost" your diet, the
best way would not be to try to immitate something that might or might
not be healthy; but to go to a nutritionist (or, if you can't afford
it, a health-food store you can trust, a library with good health-food
reference books) and build your own fiber-rich diet.
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